Tag Archive: healthy

Cauliflower Leek Soup

My sister asked me last weekend if there was a way to make potato leek soup without the potatoes, and I thought “challenge accepted”. I love leeks so much and don’t eat potatoes,… Continue reading

French Onion Soup

So I know that EVERYONE is under the impression that French Onion soup needs beef broth and soggy bread to be awesome…and to be honest French Onion Soup with both of those things… Continue reading

Winter Vegetable Soup

I also call this soup “Don’t Get Sick” Soup, because it kicks ass at keeping you healthy when everyone else has a brutal cold. In fact, the veggies in the soup are all… Continue reading

Button and Wild Mushroom Soup

  I used to hate mushrooms. Their texture was weird to me, and I wasn’t too keen on their strong, earthy taste. Today I have grown to absolutely love them, but I find… Continue reading

Being Off Booze

So I am doing a dry January. For those of you who know me, you are laughing out loud, slapping your knee and crying because me without wine or cider is a ridiculous… Continue reading

Thai Red Curry Soup

  I stumbled across Thai curry paste in one of my first grocery trips in the big city and was so curious and excited. I don’t know whether it was super common then… Continue reading

Roasted Curried Cauliflower

This is one my favourite dishes, and I get requests to make it often. My Roasted Curried Cauliflower is completely vegan, gluten-free, and jam-packed with delicious flavours. It combines two Levels of Awesome… Continue reading

Levels of Awesome

Healthy food is typically boring and lame. I thought so too…how can food taste good without delicious starchy-ness? Without deep-fried crunchiness? Without meaty saturated fatiness? Well, my friend, it is entirely doable, you… Continue reading

The Vessel: Think Outside the Bread

Eating healthy doesn’t have to be about flavourless, textureless replacements, hungry, empty stomachs and hours and hours of cook time. In fact, healthy eating for me is just as fast if not faster… Continue reading